awesome good choice
welcome are ya starting naturally/
Welcome. How did you start?
definately the way to go the dreadockshampoo would be better for u since your hair type tends to be very dry and with that u should hardly need any extra moisture
as it startsto maqtt up u just want o seperate so none get too big
u do not wantto retwist the way many do as that weakens roots and causes balding
read the dreaducation page it covers everything prettymuch
welcome how are u planning to start?
I use the bars from there. I love it. it smells great. Stronger when you're washing than it does when it's dry. It's subtle.
There's a great post that was featured about the BS ratios. A breakdown: For every 5 cups of water, mix 1/2 cup BS. Mix it well so it all dissolves. Let that sit for about 10 minutes. It's a no-touch wash, so you don't need to scrub at all. Then rinse it all out well. Mix about a cap full of ACV to 5 cups of water. Only leave that in for a few seconds. It's used to reset the pH of your hair and scalp. When they mature, you can use more, but for the firs year, you don't want much
You can use Biotin. It's a vitaminsupplementthat you can find just about anywhere. It is great for helping your hair grow a bit faster. It takes about 3 months to start working, but once it does, it should almost double the growth rate.
Other than that, start washing as if you already started. Since you are starting. Get a dreadlock friendly soap or use the BS/ACV wash. If you go with soap, check out dreadlockshampoo.com. They make the perfect soap for locks
It;s never too early or late to start growing locks. Good for you.
Well, the neglect method is healthiest. TnR is the second best. If your hair is still short, start wih neglect until it grows out. This will let your hair begin to section itself. If you like how it's going when it's longer, keep doing neglect. If you want to give it a little push, you can use the sections you've already got and TnR them.
Check out the dreaducation page in the link at the top